Nokia Re-Enters South Korean Cellphone Market
Apr 7, 2009
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Nokia has re-entered the South Korean cellphone market, according to a Reuters report. KTF, the country's second largest carrier, has started selling Nokia's mid-range model, the 6210.

Nokia, which last operated in South Korea in 2003, has identified the country along with the United States, where it is focusing its attention in 2009 to grow its market share, according to the report.

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